Over the last 18 months Exposure has worked with CALM, an organisation that aims to reduce male suicide. We support CALM because 12 men a day commit suicide in the UK. The most common disorders associated with suicide is depression. Those who suffer from depression often get dismissed as people who “feel a bit down” […]
Since June 2010 somewhereto_ has unlocked over 400,000 sq. ft of previously unused or empty space. We’re passionate about working with two entities that we feel are massively undervalued in today’s society: space and young people. By matching the two we aim to unlock the potential in both. somewhereto_ gives young people the opportunity to […]
Some say that altruism doesn’t exist. We say it doesn’t matter. Doing good is good for everyone, but what would it take for you to help a stranger in need? This short clip shows us just how easy it is to spread a little love.
Steve Kardynal’s answer to Miley Cyrus’s provocative Wrecking Ball video. We think this version has even more honest emotion and pathos than the original.
“One word, one line, can change somebody’s whole life.” Teach First is an organisation striving to ensure that teachers in our schools are the best they can be. Teach First recently commissioned spoken-word artist Sonny Green who shares his thoughts on what it means to be a teacher. A major study by the Organisation for […]
The Lift is an incredibly moving, and yet very simple short film. A man sets up with a camera in a lift of a tower block in an East London council estate. He interviews the people who live there. Although they are originally cautious about his motives, they eventually open up to offer a unique […]
Like a Rolling Stone is a classic song by the legendary Bob Dylan. Nearly half a century later it’s still rolling, and it still gathers no moss. While this acclaimed piece holds its place in musical history, remarkably it’s never had an official music video. The classic folk song hails from an era very different […]
This poem is a reflection of my feelings. I know that a lot of people go through similar stuff. You often feel like you have nobody to turn to, nobody who understands. You can feel like you’re jammed in a box by society, forced to be a round peg in a square hole. I just […]
Stanley Barrell-Kane updates us on what happened in parliament this week
Raphael Sanis explores how social synchrony impacts our thoughts and actions in everyday life
Nikki Siow shares the concern about the number of young people calling Childline
Biborka Patai researches how young people feel about Brexit
Joe Marshall on a hellishly good piece of theatre
Jonathan Bugembe researches a new initiative that aims to 'give more power to youths...
Exposure celebrates the great work being created by young women in Barnet
Zarina Macha discusses how young people are being turned into robots